Pupil Premium

Number of pupils on roll – 240

Number of pupils eligible – 22 (9.16%)

Total amount received £33420

Planned spending as follows:

Item Budgeted Amount £ Intended Impact
Deputy Head Teacher non-class based to undertake small group booster work and targeted intervention £7485 To raise attainment by accelerating the progress of Disadvantaged Pupils in reading, writing and maths ensuring that the gaps are closing in Key Stage 2.
Additional teacher for small group in Year 6 £9737 To raise attainment by accelerating the progress of Disadvantaged Pupils in reading, writing and maths ensuring that the gaps are closing in Key Stage 2.
Senior Teaching Assistant targeted support for identified pupils through Thrive Programme £6947 To ensure all pupils mental well-being is provided for through the Thrive Programme
£252
Teaching Assistant – 1:1 booster interventions £7500 To raise attainment by accelerating the progress of Disadvantaged Pupils in reading, writing and maths ensuring that the gaps are closing.
Maths Symphony Licences £350 To raise attainment by accelerating the progress of Disadvantaged Pupils in maths ensuring that the gaps are closing between pupil groups
Accelerated Reader Licences £210 To raise attainment by accelerating the progress of Disadvantaged Pupils in reading ensuring that the gaps are closing between pupil groups
School Uniform £100 To ensure all children feel part of the community
Contributions to school trips and residential £850 To raise self-esteem and confidence, increase opportunities and life experiences. Participation is an important part of learning
Contributions to cost of after-school clubs £200 To enable all children to have equal opportunities to access learning outside of school hours
Contributions to cost of holiday clubs £200 To support single families with childcare costs during the summer holidays
Total £33631  

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